Assam is a state in northeastern India known for its wildlife, archaeological sites and tea plantations. Assam is about witnessing a heady mix of history, culture, and nature at the same time. The state happens to be the land of many wildlife reserves, which are further home to the one-horned rhino, one of Assam’s tourism best-known mascots.
In the west, Guwahati, Assam’s largest city, features silk bazaars and the hilltop Kamakhya Temple. Umananda Temple sits on Peacock Island in the Brahmaputra river. The state capital, Dispur, is a suburb of Guwahati. The ancient pilgrimage site of Hajo and Madan Kamdev, the ruins of a temple complex, lie nearby. Soothing beauty, offbeat tourists attractions, spiritual ambience, the sacred river, humble people, and zealous culture, Assam boasts plenty of fascinating secrets. Being one of Northeast India’s iconic seven sisters, a holiday place.
Assam is known for Assam tea and Assam silk. To be a part of the euphoric festival celebration; check out one of the kind nature phenomena – river island at Majuli; sample scrumptious Machor Tenga and Duck Roast; visit the oldest temple in the history of India; go boat cruising on Brahmaputra river; purchase traditional silk garment and raft over ferocious Jia Bhorali River.
The state has conserved the one-horned Indian rhinoceros from near extinction, along with the wild water buffalo, pygmy hog, tiger and various species of Asiatic birds, and provides one of the last wild habitats for the Asian elephant. The Assamese economy is aided by wildlife tourism to Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park, which are World Heritage Sites.
Guwahati, Jorhat, Tezpur, Digboi, Diphu are the attraction of Assam.